By Alice Tawhai
The perceptions of individuals and their lives are clean and poignant, seeing the humanity and quiet desire along the darkness. The vibrant imagery and extremely evocative writing make every one tale and people in them hauntingly memorable.
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Dark Jelly by Alice Tawhai